THE Cambodia-Korea Phnom Penh Gyeongbuk Culture, Tourism and Trade Promotion Centre (PGCT Centre) is set to be launched next month, project manager Park Hee Chan told the Post Wednesday. No exact date had been set for the opening, which would be attended by Cambodian and Korean government officials, he said. Construction on the US$9 million project, funded by the Korean government, started in September last year and was originally due for completion in July. The centre was built by Korean company DKC&C Co. Park said office and retail space in the three-storey, 8,553-square-metre building was available for around $25 per square metre.
In Brief: SKorean centre to open
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